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As part of my graduate degree in English Literature at Loreto College, Calcutta, I studied J.M Synge's "Riders to the Sea" and was introduced to the hard life of the Aran Islands that his play depicts. Life has brought me far from the Oriental shores...More
Partaking in a week long Irish course on Inis Meáin was so full of culture and heritage. Wonderful people, teachers and guides. We had class in the mornings and an outing every evening. It was so wonderful that our teachers were natives of the island....More
On a glorious day a visit to Inis Meain, the middle island of the Aran Islands is a wonderful experience. This is a quiet island with not a lot going on here but it’s a peaceful, tranquil, happy place and when you do make it...More
Many people say the island is untouched by modernity or unspoiled. That’s not necessarily true, there are some modern aspects such as [a few] small motorcycles, cars and tractors humming around, and you can fly to the island from the regional Connemara airport. I had...More
I am presently finishing a week in Inis Meain. We have walked every day in the most beautiful landscapes/seascapes that nature has to offer. We have relaxed in the quiet and quintessentially Irish pub. We have walked the roads for hours and not been passed...More
Freshness and breath taking one by one and this is great to visit as the weekend journey the Wildlife and Nature the houses of ancient ancestors restored JM Synge's house restored and stained glasses restored and the unspoiled nature if the wild life is preserved.
I have been a frequent visitor to the two other Aran Islands, i.e. Inisheer and Inismor and always enjoyed the experiences. I was told that Inismaan was the least developed of the three so this was my first visit.
The island is very beautiful with...More